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United States. Office of War InformationPrices Unlimited (1944)

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Dramatized documentary short that shows what the consequences would be if the government ceased food rationing.

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This movie is part of the collection: WWII Archive

Producer: United States. Office of War Information
Audio/Visual: sound, black & white
Language: English
Keywords: World War, 1939-1945; Food conservation -- United States; Universal Pictures; World War II: Homefront; 1944; WWII; Rationing -- United States; World War, 1939-1945 -- Food supply; Price regulation -- United States; World War II; Martha O'Driscoll; Milburn Stone; Leon Errol; Lois Collier; Edwin Stanley; H.B. Warner; Joe Kirk; Emma Dunn; Uncle Sam (Symbolic character)

Creative Commons license: Public Domain Mark 1.0

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